Matilda Aslizadeh | Operation Yellow Helmet Perk

Matilda Aslizadeh | Operation Yellow Helmet Perk

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One of the benefits of being an artist-run centre is having talented artists on our Board. They bring enthusiasm for VIVO’s mission, a dedication to making us more successful, and an artist’s perspective to guide our plans and policies.

Matilda has been on VIVO’s Board since the summer of 2013 and has been active on our Development Committee and is currently Board Secretary.

Thank you Matilda for your commitment to VIVO and for making a difference in Vancouver’s cultural community.

Artist Bio | Matilda Aslizadeh is a visual artist who works in a hybrid style between video, photography and animation and has a persisting interest in (re) thinking narrative structures.  Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and film festivals, most recently at Art Souterrain (Montreal) and the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (Kitchener).  Matilda teaches courses in photography, video production, critical theory and digital media at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Recent projects | Matilda’s panoramic narrative video installation – Resort– was exhibited at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery in January 2016.

 

Resort 2 Resort 1      Watch RESORT video documentation

 


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Matilda has donated prints of her piece, Deities, as a perk in our Operation Yellow Helmet Campaign. Help build a better VIVO through your donation.

Purchase Deities 

 

 

 

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Title: Deities (VIVO edition)

Size: 10″ x 10″

Medium: Lightjet Print (unframed)

Date: 2016

Number available:
Framing Required Perk: 10
Board Bundle Perk: 3
Class Warfare Perk: Up to 5

Donation:
Framing Required Perk: $125
Board Bundle Perk: $300 (includes works by Gabriela Aceves-Sepulveda and Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte.
Class Warfare Perk: $150 (a diverse collection of perks)

Artist Statement
Deities is one of a  series of photographic and video works ( that included the video installation Trophy) that explore the destruction and creation of artifacts in light of nostalgia, iconoclasm and notions of cultural authenticity. 

More about the related video installation, Trophy:   Trophy video documentation                    

Trophy 1    Trophy 2

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